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Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

  1. More to come on Wednesday

    Rangers v Ross County

    St Johnstone v Celtic

    That's tomorrow's Premiership line up. Make sure you join us as the title race continues.

    Good night.

  2. On to the fifth round...

    Draw
  3. What would it take to sell Shankland?

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: If someone comes in with an offer of over £2m (for Lawrence Shankland), I think it will be considered. If it's over £3m it will be taken
  4. 'I thought we competed very well'

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Dundee United head coach Robbie Neilson is proud of his players despite defeat tonight.

    "Over the two games I thought we competed very well," he tells BBC Sportsound. "There are areas we need to improve on, we know that and this was a good marker for us.

    "It's a tough result and it shows us where we are. We still need to get over the line in the Championship, so it's now all about putting that to bed.

    "We don't want to lose anyone from the squad. There might be more interest in Lawrence Shankland after tonight, so we'll see how that goes. It depends on the bids. If someone comes in with £1m, it's going to get papped out of the window."

  5. Ross revels in four-goal victory

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    "You just to need to find a way in any cup tie," says Hibs head coach Jack Ross. "I can't complain about the chances we have created over the two games.

    "We had to work hard but to score four goals is very pleasing. To bang out that kind of performance in what is our fourth game in 10 days is positive.

    "Christian is a really good character. Since I've come in, he's scored all sorts of goals and he's growing in confidence."

  6. Man of the match? No contest; wait a minute...

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Ever wondered why club's announce the sponsors' man-of-the-match so early?

    Case in point tonight, as Steven Whittaker goes home with that particular award, rather than Hibs' hat-trick hero Christian Doidge.

    Christian Doidge
    Image caption: Christian Doidge is going home with the match ball but not the man of the match award
  7. Falkirk rewarded with 'plum home tie'

    FT: Falkirk 2-0 Arbroath

    Allan Preston

    BBC Scotland summariser on Sportsound

    Quote Message: It looked like the first goal was the winner as the team who got it had the ascendancy. The first goal was scrappy, the second a wonderful goal. Falkirk just deserved it. The first half was instantly forgettable but now they've got that plum tie at home against Hearts.
  8. 'United were always in the game'

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: They're a side flying high at the top of the Championship, they've spent plenty money and it was an evenly poised match. Hibs have been the better side of the two games, but it's not been a case of blowing Dundee United away. There's always been that threat, United were always in the game. It was a great game with both capable of opening each other up with lots of attacking intent.
  9. Supporters 'treated' over two ties

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Neil McCann

    Former Hearts & Rangers winger on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: We've been treated, ten goals over two ties, I don't think anybody can complain. Hibs in the end deserved to go through, they dominated the first game and tonight dominated again as they created great chances, although didn't take all of them. I wouldn't mind seeing this game again next year in the Premiership because if they serve up that type of football and entertainment I'll be happy sitting here.
  10. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Football fans are a superstitious bunch and followers of Hibs looking for omens will fondly remember they beat a Robbie Neilson side in a replay before going on to lift the Scottish Cup in 2016.

  11. Post update

    FT: Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    That's a first defeat in 15 matches for runaway Championship leaders Dundee United.

    Manager Robbie Neilson will know there is work to be done over the summer but now it's all about getting over the line and sealing the title and promotion back to the big time.

  12. FULL-TIME Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Lawrence Shankland threatened to make the headlines but Christian Doidge is the main man tonight, banging in a second-half hat-trick as Hibs go marching into the last 16 of the Scottish Cup.

    Lowland League side BSC Glasgow are up next for the Leith side.

    Christian Doidge was the hat-trick hero for Hibs in an entertaining match
    Image caption: Christian Doidge was the hat-trick hero for Hibs in an entertaining match
  13. 'Doidge grows in confidence'

    Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Poor defending again from Dundee United but when you look at similar opportunities and openings in the first half, Doidge snatching and not getting things. But then in the second, three opportunities and he's smashed every one of them into the back of the net with real aplomb.
  14. FULL-TIME Falkirk 2-0 Arbroath

    Falkirk are at home to Hearts in the next round.

    Declan McManus struck early in the second half and Conor Sammon added a second goal for the League One hosts.

    Declan McManus scored the opening goal for League One Falkirk
    Image caption: Declan McManus scored the opening goal for League One Falkirk
  15. GOAL Hibernian 4-2 Dundee United

    Christian Doidge

    A hat-trick for the big striker!

    That's Hibs safely into the last 16 as Florian Kamberi misses an acrobatic swing at the ball and it lands for Christian Doidge to hammer home emphatically.

    GOAL
  16. Post update

    Hibernian 3-2 Dundee United

    Time is running out for the visitors as Hibs win themselves a corner. They won't be in a big rush to take this one.

  17. Post update

    Hibernian 3-2 Dundee United

    And now it's time for United's last change as Declan Glass replaces fellow academy graduate Louis Aperre.

  18. Post update

    Hibernian 3-2 Dundee United

    Hibs make their final change as Melker Hallberg takes over from Steven Whittaker in the centre of midfield.

  19. Not over yet, folks

    Hibernian 3-2 Dundee United

    Michael Stewart

    Former Scotland midfielder on BBC Sportsound

    Quote Message: Yet again the goal goes in for Hibs and then it's straight up the other end for Dundee United. They're getting into good areas, fashioning a bit of an opening there. I wouldn't put it past either of these teams to come up with another goal or two
  20. United send for Sow

    Osman Sow is on for Peter Pawlett. That might mean a more direct approach from Dundee United for the final 15 minutes or so.

    The former Hearts man gets the kind of reception you'd expect at Easter Road...